Hunting Illustrated Names Fierce CT Edge Rifle of the Year for 2015
Fierce's new CT Edge was recently nominated as "Rifle of the Year" by the pro staff team at Hunting Illustrated. One of the main points that seperated Fierce from other rifle makers is the pricepoint and the fine precision and tight tolerances throughout the rifle compared to rifles that cost hundreds, sometimes even thousands of dollars more. Their review states:
"The rifles are built in Quebec at Fierce Firearms’ state-of-the-art machine shop where holding to tight tolerances is second nature to the company. Their expertise has been used for over 20 years in making parts for such companies as Winchester, Marlin, and Bombardier. Not only are they making all the components that go into the new Edge 70-degree bolt throw action, they are also using the experience and expertise of John Mogle in the carbon fiber business. Their stocks are made of all carbon fiber components to ensure stiffness and light weights; their new C3 carbon barrel technology is producing tight groups with phenomenal heat dissipation from the barrel."
More about Hunting Illustrated's review on the Fierce CT Edge can be found here: http://www.huntingillustrated.com/hi-names-fierce-ct-edge-rifle-of-the-year-2015/